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Old 10-16-18, 12:55 PM
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2018 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 7

WEEK 7
Thursday, October 18, 2018
TEAMSTIME (ET)TVLOCATION
Denver at Arizona8:20 PMFOX/NFLState Farm Stadium

Sunday, October 21, 2018
TEAMSTIME (ET)TVLOCATION
Tennessee at LA Chargers9:30 AMCBSWembley Stadium
New England at Chicago1:00 PMCBSSoldier Field
Buffalo at Indianapolis1:00 PMCBSLucas Oil Stadium
Detroit at Miami1:00 PMFOXHard Rock Stadium
Minnesota at NY Jets1:00 PMFOXMetLife Stadium
Carolina at Philadelphia1:00 PMFOXLincoln Financial Field
Cleveland at Tampa Bay1:00 PMFOXRaymond James Stadium
Houston at Jacksonville1:00 PMCBSTIAA Bank Field
New Orleans at Baltimore4:05 PMFOXM&T Bank Stadium
LA Rams at San Francisco4:25 PMCBSLeviís Stadium
Dallas at Washington4:25 PMCBSFedEx Field
Cincinnati at Kansas City8:20 PMNBCArrowhead Stadium
Monday, October 22, 2018
TEAMSTIME (ET)TVLOCATION
NY Giants at Atlanta8:15 PMESPNMercedes-Benz Stadium

Bye Teams
Green Bay, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Seattle
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Week 7 broadcast map:

http://506sports.com/nfl.php?yr=2018&wk=7
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What a stinker for TNF. That should be on NFL Network only. I bet Joe Buck skips that game.

Patriots vs Bears, Panthers vs Eagles, Bengals vs Chiefs, and Saints vs Ravens are the only games worth watching and the rest are shit.

Patriots vs Bears should be the late doubleheader game on CBS.
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The Cowboys(until further notice) is the automatic late doubleheader game(CBS or Fox).
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Re: 2018 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 7

Wait. Dallas Washington, normal Sunday day game, isn’t Fox? Did I miss a memo?
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Re: 2018 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 7

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Wait. Dallas Washington, normal Sunday day game, isnít Fox? Did I miss a memo?
Maybe. Some cross-scheduling for a year or so. Some AFC games on FOX, some NFC games on CBS.
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CBS with the AFC does not have the big TV markets but they could have put Patriots @ Bears in the slot which is a much better matchup and game.

Nantz was saying Cowboys @ Redskins will be the first time that matchup will be on CBS in 25 years like I give a fuck.
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Re: 2018 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 7

In the "that guy is still in the NFL?" department, Derek Anderson will start for the Bills this week, over Interceptionman, I mean Peterman.
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In the "that guy is still in the NFL?" department, Derek Anderson will start for the Bills this week, over Interceptionman, I mean Peterman.
Haha....will this be his first start in like 7 seasons?
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There's no QB in the CFL that's better than Derek Anderson?
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Re: 2018 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 7

Is Joe Buck actually calling TNF this week?

He's currently also on baseball for the NLCS. Game 5 is tonight and I have a hard time believing he could fly to Arizona tomorrow and call that game. He just called a 5 1/2 hour game last night. Prepping for an NFL game takes at least 1-2 days.
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Buck is calling TNF this week.
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Nice bonus for the DC market - getting 2 FOX games even though it's a single-header week: CAR-PHI and NO-BAL.
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The game I would be most interested in seems to be the most localized of the bunch (New Orleans @ Baltimore) That should have been on of the nationally televised games. The prime time games this week include far too many teams I don't give a rip about and/or have no interest in watching.
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Nice bonus for the DC market - getting 2 FOX games even though it's a single-header week: CAR-PHI and NO-BAL.
How did that happen since you can't air a game opposite the Redskins game when they play at home in the home market?
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Is Joe Buck actually calling TNF this week?

He's currently also on baseball for the NLCS. Game 5 is tonight and I have a hard time believing he could fly to Arizona tomorrow and call that game. He just called a 5 1/2 hour game last night. Prepping for an NFL game takes at least 1-2 days.
That should be a Brian Custer or a Chris Meyers game.
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Anyone following this Chargers story? Apparently the owners found out the poor L.A. situation is going to hit THEM in the wallet, so they're taking action. Will they force a move? What city would be able to bring in an NFL team?
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Detroit will take them.
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I didn't hear about anything new about the Chargers, but I guess it's the info in this article -

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/2...ording-sources

Which is so dumb and not shocking since everyone fucking knew LA didn't care or want the Chargers.
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Anyone following this Chargers story? Apparently the owners found out the poor L.A. situation is going to hit THEM in the wallet, so they're taking action. Will they force a move? What city would be able to bring in an NFL team?
Oakland Chargers???
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I assume going back to SD is off the table? I've always thought the best option was for the Raiders to go back to LA, and for the Chargers and Rams to stay where they were. But that said, I do like Vegas being in the mix other than the Raiders being the better fit for LA.
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I assume going back to SD is off the table? I've always thought the best option was for the Raiders to go back to LA, and for the Chargers and Rams to stay where they were. But that said, I do like Vegas being in the mix other than the Raiders being the better fit for LA.
Not with the current ownership.

Best bet (thus, unlikely to happen) would be for the NFL to force the sale of the Chargers. New owner would commit to helping build a new stadium on the site of the Chargers' San Diego site (SDCCU Stadium, formerly Qualcomm Stadium, formerly Jack Murphy Stadium).

San Diego WOULD welcome the Chargers back, just not with Spanos' ownership.
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Not with the current ownership.
Yeah, sorry, I thought it was safe to assume people are expecting as return to SD would have to be with a new owner.
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I assume going back to SD is off the table? I've always thought the best option was for the Raiders to go back to LA, and for the Chargers and Rams to stay where they were. But that said, I do like Vegas being in the mix other than the Raiders being the better fit for LA.
Kroenke would block that in a heartbeat. Even with the Raiders being crap and the Rams being on top (for now) the Raiders would pull a bunch of the fanbase.
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Haha....will this be his first start in like 7 seasons?
Nah, Anderson started a game (maybe two) for the Panthers in 2016. I remember him blowing a game vs. the Bucs that the Panthers should have won.
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